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Vacuum Forming Moulds

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by Simon67, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. Simon67

    Simon67 New commenter

    Morning all.
    In the spirit of planning ahead, I have just been told that I have to make some model 1950s cars with year 7... starting the 2nd day back.... in a project lasting 8 hours over 5 weeks.
    I'm thinking of vac forming the body - and so would like to purchase some moulds. Yes, I know I could make them - but with 4.5 teaching days until I start teaching it, I'd like the easy option!
    Except I don't know where to buy them from. I know Google is your friend, but I can never find what I want quickly.
    Anyone any ideas as to where I could purchase said moulds?
    Thanks
     
  2. Give CR Clarke a ring who make vac formers they may well be able to help but they may charge you for the mould, or have a look in technology supplies under there vac form moulds.
     

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